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Homesteader or horse people's dream! Early 1800's Colonial home renovated from top to bottom, 42X36 barn with 14 foot ceiling and room above, electric fence for horses and livestock, chicken coop, raise beds vegetable garden, fruit trees, blueberry bushes, arena, walking/riding trails thru woods, all on 30 acres. Home has 5-6 bedrooms, 2 full bath, Original wide butternut pine flooring throughout. Custom built kitchen cupboards with Corrian counter top, Wood/propane dual fuel cook stove with brick oven. Multiple heating sources, Oil and outdoor wood boiler, hot water baseboards & hot air, assisted by 4 mini split heat pumps. 7 propane or electrical stoves to accommodate individual comfort. Automatic generator. All is well thought after. Seller is moving onto next stage of life, this is your chance to enjoy simpler life in Maine.
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